The PDP in Nigeria has ruled for 16 years under the leadership of president Goodluck ebele jonathan who took over after the death Umar musa yar-adua.
Governor bala mohammed was a loyal member to the party, he was appointed as FCT minister and has done a great job in Abuja.
Bala has not given up on his party he contested for governor and won in bauchi state in 2019.
He recently paid a visit to the National Chairman of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) Prince Uche Secondus at his residence in Abuja.
During the visit, Prince Uche secondous discussed towards the success of the party and matters that will unite the party members.
The PDP have not been having issues like the APC whose Chairman has been suspended despite being the ruling party in the country.
Prince uche was happy and also wish them a safe flight back home.
Long live the PDP.
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